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Fighting torture

David Cole, a law professor, has written a book about the Justice Department torture memos, which he said were the “smoking gun’’ in the controversy. David Cole, a law professor, has written a book about the Justice Department torture memos, which he said were the “smoking gun’’ in the controversy.
By Bella English
Globe Staff / September 19, 2009

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Long before Sept. 11, 2001, constitutional scholar David Cole was litigating cases involving national security and civil liberties, and since then he has done extensive work on the issues. The CIA’s controversial interrogation tactics - including waterboarding - were revealed to the public with the release of a newly declassified version of a 2004 Inspector General’s report. Cole, a law ... (Full article: 552 words)

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